Nicolette Franck, o jurnalistă a războiului rece / Nicolette Franck, a Cold War journalist
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|Nicolette Franck, a permanent correspondent for La Libre Belgique at the United Nations Palace in Geneva for 40 years, wrote about King Michael but also spied. In addition to her interest in the Romanian monarch, Nicolette Franck also focused on the international policies of the UN, on communism and Eastern Europe, but especially on the totalitarian regime in her native country. Her contacts with the diplomatic representatives of Communist Romania in Switzerland, as well as the publication of articles at a certain time favorable to the Ceauşescu regime, provided her for a time with a connection with the Securitate, the Communist secret services. Nicolette Franck was classified by the Securitate as a hostile element, which could not be trusted, being considered an agent of the Swiss and American counterintelligence services. She published her memoirs after the fall of the Iron Curtain, perhaps considering that she should have first left behind her own image of an existence lived on the tumultuous road of exile.
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